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Catching the next frontier

 

India is perched at an interesting juncture showcasing the making of an economic powerhouse with promising credentials. On one hand is an economy underpinned with advantages of a strong demographic dividend, growing disposable incomes, an expanding middle class and educated workforce and a stable democracy. But it is also confronted by insufficient wherewithal in the form of weak economic policy, poverty, inefficient infrastructure among others. It is interesting to analyze where India’s economy stands today and what are the choices ahead for policymakers.

 

Deloitte India shall present an insightful panel discussion for a select audience comprising of leading people from the industry and the government to share insights and perspectives on India’s competitiveness on 3 November 2014 at The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi, on the occasion of World Economic Forum’s (WEF) India Economic Summit.